Get Ready to #Crop2It
Celebrate the bounty of Adams County at an annual event or festival. During the harvest seasons, our agriculture partners highlight the fruits (or vegetables) of their labor. You can even rent a guest house on a working farm. During your stay, you can enjoy picking fresh fruit in season, fishing in the pond, walking through the orchards and gathering fresh eggs in the morning for breakfast.
Adams County is the 4th largest apple producing county in the country, but there is more than meets the eye. Sign up for your Crop Hop passport today and start planning your next visit. Prizes will be given for 3, 10, and 20 check-ins as you explore "The Hop" and enjoy the rich agriculture of Adams County, PA, and all that it has to offer.
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Adams County Crop Hop
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The Adams County Farmers Market Association (ACFMA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which operates a fun, vibrant farmers market in downtown Gettysburg. The mission of the ACFMA is to strengthen the bond between local agriculture and the community at large, while also providing a pleasant market venue where visitors and locals alike can gather to enjoy themselves. Our organization seeks to support small- and medium-sized agribusinesses by providing a low-risk/high-reward market for vendors to sell the fruits of their labors. Additionally, the ACFMA endeavors to address the issues of food insecurity in Adams County while promoting sustainable food systems and strengthening the power of local farmers. We encourage all visitors to come visit our market and get a taste of Adams County!
Open Saturdays 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. (May-October)
- $2 Any Item At The Farmers Market
We are a family owned and operated open air fruit market for over 50 years. We aim to grow and provide our customers with seasonal farm fresh produce. We are open seasonally from June-October.
- 10% Off Sales Of $20 Or More Every Friday From July-October
Boyer Nurseries is a five generation family-owned business, and is the only complete wholesale/retail garden center and farm market in Adams County. Boyer Nurseries carries a full line of landscaping plants with design/installation available. Bareroot fruit/shade trees and shrubs are available in spring.
We offer pick your own sweet and sour cherries, blueberries and apples. Farm market with fresh fruit in-season, produce, cheese, cider, local pottery and more! See our website for details.
Boyer Cellars tasting room. Located in our garden shop with a large wrap-around porch, you can enjoy a glass with a view of rolling farmland and orchards. Featuring wines and hard ciders crafted by a Maryland winery with ingredients sourced from our farm. Check out our live, evergreen hedge maze open year-round.
- 10% Off Your Purchase
- Free Slushy
Family farm located 10 miles north of Gettysburg, PA offering Spring, Summer and Fall farm events and farm raised meats. Spring brings Easter events and tulips for photos and picking. During Summer we offer a Father's Day pig roast, u-pick blueberries, farm fresh flowers including zinnias and sunflowers. Visit us during Fall for a corn maze, pumpkin patch, wagon rides, campfires and tons of farm fun! Check our website for special events, hours, and general information.
- 10% Off Total Purchase
- 10% Off Total
Hickory Hollow Horse Tours offers guided horseback tours of the battlefield. Choose between a scenic trail ride or a historic tour with a Licensed Battlefield Guide. Group size up to 10. Call for group rates.
All tour times contingent with the weather
During July and August, tour times on Saturdays are 9am-11am and 12pm-2pm
- $5 Off Your Ticket
Located just 8 miles west of Gettysburg, PA, the Historic Round Barn and Farm Market, built in 1914, is one of only a handful of round barns surviving today. The barn is owned by the Knouse family and Knouse Fruitlands Inc. offering a wide selection of home-grown and local, fresh fruits and vegetables during the season. Set among the picturesque, Pennsylvania foothills, you’ll love its beautiful architecture against the rolling, orchard-covered hills.
There are many interesting food, decorative and gift items filling the shelves as they curve their way around the interior of the barn. Treat yourself to our very own seasonal specialties cultivated with the farming wisdom of four generations or some hand-picked features from our farming neighbors and their families. Don’t forget our baked goods section, filled with old fashioned PA Dutch cookies, pies, muffins, and breads baked in-house or sourced locally.
- 10% Off Discount For All Crop Hop Visitors
Hollabaugh Bros started with the original twin brothers – Donald and Harold. They passed their knowledge and love of the land on to the 2nd generation who are now sharing it with the 3rd and 4th! On any given day, you’ll find some family member at the market, out in the orchard supervising a crew, driving a truck, entering data for payroll or preparing gift boxes and fruit baskets for delivery all over the US!
And we invite you to join our family – stop by our market, tour our farm, take a class, come pick your own produce or attend one of our festivals. You see, just as we value our own family, we truly appreciate you – our loyal customers. We indeed love what we are doing, and we want to share that love and respect of the land with you. We welcome the chance to offer you a “taste” of the country and our high quality fruit products!
- Receive A Free Quart Of In-season Product With A $20 Purchase!
We are a family-owned farm market. We grow many types of fruits & veggies and look forward to providing our customers with the freshest and tastiest fruits & veggies available!
McDannell’s Fruit Farm & Market is family-owned, 4th generation, for over 100 years. The market was started more than 35 years ago. A new market was built on the farm in 2009 for the comfort and convenience of our customers. Apples, peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, sweet cherries, sweet corn and a variety of vegetables are grown on our farm. Berries and melons are sold at the market in season. Pumpkins, gourds and other fall decorative items are also available. We are located in the center of the picturesque Adams County fruit belt, 8 miles north of Gettysburg, PA along Route 234, just west of Arendtsville.
- $2.00 Off $20 Purchase
Opened in 1990, the museum is housed in a restored pre-Civil War bank barn. The museum's mission is to preserve and exhibit the history and artifacts pertaining to the Apple and Tree Fruit Industry’s history and contributions to the development and growth of Adams County.
Cooking classes are held throughout the year in the farm kitchen. Breakfast on the Farm is held once a month May-September featuring local, organic food. Come check out Spring on the Farm in April and Open Farm Day in September. A popular Summer Harvest Dinner is held once a year in August.
- 10% Off Total Purchase
We work with over 200 local growers in the area to ensure we are providing the freshest and finest quality of fruits and vegetables. Our produce is hand inspected for freshness, quality and appearance as soon as it makes its way to the market. Produce is our specialty, but it’s not all we have to offer! We also sell flowers, jams, jellies, apple butters, baked goods, and hand dipped ice cream.
- $2 Off
Started in 1973, Taylor's Greenhouse has been synonymous with high-quality plants at fair prices. Annuals, perennials, vegetables and hanging baskets in the spring and mums, asters, and fall decor in the fall to name a few. With over 70,000 square feet of growing space, there is lots to see. Open seasonally spring (March 20th to approximately June 15th) and fall weekends in September and October.
- 10% Off Any Purchase
- 10% Off Total Purchase
David and Junko Young are husband and wife potter team who live in Gettysburg, PA with their children, Irvin, Elisha, Caleb and Kagen. David’s work is mostly wheel thrown, and is influenced by Japanese and African art. Junko’s work includes hand-built teapots, slab pieces, and etched animal motif on David’s work. When you come visit us in the summer/fall seasons, you can also enjoy our local farm fresh produce. We offer you a taste of Pennsylvania – tree ripened peaches, heirloom tomatoes, fresh pulled corn and crisp apples just to name a few.
- 10% Off Your Purchase
Our annual sweet potato festival is the 3rd weekend in September.
- 20% Off One Item